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This place was amazing, Sigga was a delightful host and most accommodating
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... are the final family. Victoria is the daughter and she is something big in the City. Jeremy has a degree in photography and , like Jon, wanders further afield for that perfect shot. We later name Anne, Lady Anne of the Arctic!
Spending time with all these talented photographers has inspired me to get a decent camera for next time, although I am convinced that it is more the talent behind the camera than the camera itself!
We set off at 8.00 to begin ...
U.S. Independence Day was the theme for today on the ship. There were a lot of fun 4th of July activities on the ship prior to our noon arrival into Reykjavik. There was face painting, music and characters dressed up in 4th costumes. There were beautiful ice sculptures too. When the ship docked we headed out for our 10 hour excursion called The Golden Circle Tour. The forecast was for low 60s and partly cloudy. It was more like 80 and mostly sunny. We way ...
... telling me theirs is bigger or better than mine after all! From the picture of Tammy at the falls, you can get an idea of what the wind was like. She even had to put Anthony’s tuk on, sorry kid but she had to try it out!
We set off again and this time we stopped at Geysir, which is really cool. The geyser goes off about every eight minutes and you can get pretty darn close to it as you wait. At first, I was a little uncomfortable with ...
... two huge volcanic plugs standing alone in the lava field. Next was a detour to the old church at Búdir, built by a local lady without the sanction of the local authorities, a fact recorded on the door handle. Go girl! A lava flow almost intruded on to the adjacent burial yard, although there is no record of the parson’s sermon stopping the flow as occurred in the east! As the day was getting on we headed to Borgarnes, where there was another ...
... holiday in Iceland. It is Ascension Day, a religious holiday.we were shown the local free camp site and headed there, none of the services are yet in use properly but we managed. Some of the snow had melted around this area and during our time here when the sun came out and it got hot we could watch the snow melt. By hot we mean about 3C, although it dropped well below freezing at night. In the car we are as ‘snug as bugs in rugs’.During our free day ...